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Haven’t figured out a strategy or got any plan to show as well as tell your mom how much you love her at 2014 Mother’s Day? Take a look at up to 40% off Specials and Deals from Pavtube Facebook!

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Mother’s Day is coming, why not find a way to show our moms how much we love them at this special day because they deserve to know it! Here are 15 things to say to your Mom while you still have the chance. Keep on reading.

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Every time a child is born, so is a mother. Although we do not have an instructional manual for life, we are each given special women to guide us, help us through our challenges and cheer us on when we succeed. This video’s message is the perfect tribute to mothers everywhere and reminds us to not take ours for granted.

Sometimes, “I love you” can’t convey what your mother means to you. Here are 15 things to say to your mom this Mother’s Day.

I always told my mom I loved her, but in the years since her death, I often think of other things I wish I’d said to her. Sometimes, “I love you” can’t convey what your mother means to you. Here are 15 things to say to your mom this Mother’s Day.

1. You’re beautiful

Women never tire of hearing this, yet somehow never believe it.

2. Thank you

You can never say this enough. The list of things moms do for you is endless.

3. Can you write that down?

From household tips to family stories, the list of things my mom told me, that I’ve now forgotten, is huge. I wish I’d thought to ask her to write it down.

4. What is your recipe for potato salad?

No one makes it quite like mom. You will crave it, your family will ask you for it, so make sure her signature recipe is handed down in writing.

5. Tell me about the day I was born, again

Hearing the story, you can’t help but feel like the most wonderful thing to ever come into your mom’s life. When your mom is gone, you’ll want to remember every detail.

6. Let’s just sit and talk

Enjoy the time you have together. Take the time to get to know her as a person and not just your mom. Ask about her friends, her hobbies, things she’s done and things she’d like to do. Let her know she’s worth your time and attention.

7. How old was I when … ?

Mom is practically the only source for knowledge of your milestones. Dads only seem to remember the events, not the time frame.

8. Let me do the dishes

A dish-free evening is one of the most appreciated gifts you’ll ever give to a mother. She’ll get up from the table with a weight lifted from her shoulders.

9. I’m sorry

Over the years, you’ll inconvenience your mom, disobey her, embarrass her and even hurt her. It’s a good thing to acknowledge her patience and unconditional love.

10. I forgive you

Over the years, your mom will inconvenience you, embarrass you and even hurt you. Let her know you love her anyway.

11. What can I do for you?

You can’t count the things your mom has done for you. Look for something you can do to lighten her load and lift her heart. Don’t take “no” for an answer.

12. I admire the way you ..

Moms like to be heroes, too. Let her know you notice and value the way she lives her life. Thank her for specific lessons she has taught.

13. May I have a hug?

Don’t shy away from physical affection. No one will ever hold you like your mother.

14. You’re the best mom in the world

She may protest, but every mother wants to think you believe it.

15. I love you, no matter what

In the end, moms are just like us. They want to know love is all embracing and unconditional.

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Why do we need to convert Recordings From GoToMeeting to MP4 format? How do I convert GoToMeeting wmv files to MP4 for watching with ease? This article below will tell you the details to get it done.

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What is GoToMeeting WMV recordings?

As you may already know (or have just discovered), when you record a GoToMeeting, a codec is applied to the WMV file.

What problems we have with GoToMeeting video files?

Rather than choosing a widely-used, industry-standard codec to encode video, GoToMeeting uses its own codec by default to record its sessions. Even though the recording is in WMV, the codec used is meant for playing back on the GoToMeeting’s platform.

Unfortunately, this means that it’s poorly-supported by other applications in the multimedia space and many software packages have trouble interpreting the output.

The Solution:

You can try out either

Method 1: Through installation of the GoToMeeting codec

or; Method 2: download a converter to solve the conflicting codec issues.

After that, you can easily start a new recording on GoToMeeting with a slight adjustment in the Settings>Preference (convert to a vanilla WMV file, which is without the GoToMeeting codec) so that your future recordings can be playback without that much of a hassle.

If the problem still persists, you can always refer back to the methods mentioned below.

Method 1: Install Codec
Method 2: Download a Converter

Method 1: Install Codec

In order to open or play your recordings from GoToMeeting on the PC, you will need to install the GoToMeeting codec in advance from HERE. Simply click on the link and then save the file before you run the installation. Just follow the on-screen instructions and after that restart your PC.

You can then try to launch your Windows Media Player or any other players on your PC to play your recordings. Alternatively, select by highlighting your recordings and then right-click on the file to Open With a defaulted program on your PC.

If an error message still prompts up, try out Method 2; by downloading an external converter.

Method 2: Download a Converter

As GoToMeeting recordings are not compatible with many portable devices and media players, if you would like to easily playback these GoToMeeting video files you have recorded, you’d better transcode these GoToMeeting videos to a common format which is suitable for watching, like the MP4 format.

Software required:

To convert your GoToMeeting file to MP4 format, I recommend this GoToMeeting Video Converter, which is exactly the software specially made for compressing/encoding GoToMeeting recordings to MP4 file format for most players quickly and easily and with excellent video quality. You can also edit GoToMeeting video before this WMV to MP4 conversion. Becides that,it’s capable of ripping/converting just about every title that you own; it’s easy of use and choices for decode/encode Blu-ray, DVD and videos to all popular format.

Note: GoToMeeting Mac version is renamed as iMedia Converter for Mac.

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Now download GoToMeeting to MP4 converter, install and run it. And then follow the steps below:

Guide: Convert GoToMeeting WMV Recordings to MP4 format Mac without losing the video quality

Step 1: Launch Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate; import GoToMeeting video.

Free download the best GoToMeeting to MP4 Converter and run it to add the GoToMeeting wmv files.

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Step 2: Choose format.

Hit “Format” drop-down list and choose “HD Video> H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)” as the most widely used format for playback on smartphones, tablets and media players.

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Step 3: Adjust output settings (Optional)

You can click “Settings” (besides “Format”) to change target video size, bitrate, frame rate and other specs. Change the size to “Original” to get full size picture that can be playback clearly. And the higher bitrate you choose, the better video quality will be.

Step 4: Start the GoToMeeting wmv to MP4 conversion.

Back to the main interface and hit the “Convert” to start converting GoToMeeting wmv to HD MP4 on your PC/Mac; this converter will start all the tasks in batch.

Wait for a while till the conversion completed; click “Open output folder” to quick locate the converted files. Now play the converted .mp4 movies on you device and share them with your family and friends. Have a good time!

More related:

How to convert DVD to MP4 with ease in Windows or Mac
Convert MKV to MP4 for using in Android Devices
Top Blu-ray Ripper- Rip and Convert Blu-ray to MP4

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The Sony Xperia M is a bulky but stylish budget Android phone. Can this cheap smartphone compete with the best at the bottom of the market? Read our Sony Xperia M review to find out.
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Sony Xperia M review: What it is – just another budget Android?

The Sony Xperia M is a decent but inexpensive Android smartphone. Shop around and you can pick up an Xperia M for as little as £100, although more typically it retails for around £130, new and SIM free.

It fits into an ever increasing market: that of the the budget smartphone for first-time buyers. At the top of the market most people who want an iPhone, Samsung Galaxy or Sony Xperia Z smartphone have already purchased one. They may upgrade every year, but they won’t contribute to overall smartphone market growth.

That’s why phone makers are continually pushing down the prices of decent quality smartphones, using components that get cheaper as years go buy. So it is that Motorola’s Moto Gand the Windows-toting Nokia Lumia 520 can be totally respectable, full-featured smartphones that offer solid performance and cost around £100. And that’s the market in which the Sony Xperia M must compete.

It’s a tough market. Is the Xperia M worth the money?

Sony Xperia M review: Interface and screen

The display is arguably the most important component of a smartphone – it’s the bit you look at and use as your interface. And it’s also the difference between cheap and budget – with a good display you can feel that you have a proper smartphone, with a poor one a toy. With early inexpensive Androids in particular a low-resoution, low-quality display makes the whole handset feel like more of a toy than a sophisticated tool.

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In the case of the Sony Xperia M there is bad- as well as some good news. On the one hand the 4in 480×854 TFT capacitive touchscreen is by no means a ‘bad’ display. But it’s not great. For one thing four inches just doesn’t feel like enough (stop sniggering).

These days 5in is standard for a high-end smartphone, and arguably 4.3in is the acceptable minimum for an Android handset. We just couldn’t get along with the Xperia M’s display. It may be the wide bezel into which it is set but it just feels unnaturally small – even when used next to the relatively small iPhone 5.

It’s possible that the problem is the touchscreen. Using the Xperia M it feels as though the elements you ‘touch’ through the screen are a long way away. It feels deep. It’s like trying to grab something through water, and it makes the screen real estate feel unaccountably far away. Not great.

On the plus side? Well that 480×854-pixel resolution is by no means outstanding, but it does mean that the Xperia M offers a pixel density of 245ppi. This is unable to compete with the Moto G (326ppi) but for photos and video it is perfectly acceptable. And colours are the usual Sony mix of accuracy without the eye-bleeding power of Samsung’s OLED displays. Just don’t expect to enjoy reading text on the Xperia M – when you focus in it is bluey and pixelated.

Our problem with the Xperia M’s display could also relate to the interface. This is Sony’s take on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Sony’s version of Jelly Bean is sufficiently recent to be decent, but it is no KitKat. And that combined with the small screen underneath what feels like a yard of toughened glass it is not a great experience. This makes typing a nightmarish trial. Shame.

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Sony Xperia M review: Specification and performance

But hey. It’s not all bad. The Xperia M is not badly tricked out in terms of performance. It pairs a dual-core Krait Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Plus MSM8227 CPU with 1GB RAM, the chip running at 1GHz and paired with an Adreno 305 GPU. And even with the older Android it feels perfectly zippy in use. Synthetic benchmarks are not to be relied upon, but they do give a good broad strokes view of performance.

In the case of the Xperia M that means a Geekbench 3 average of 630, nothing like the Moto G’s 1,100+ scores, but in the same ballpark as the Samsung Galaxy Ace. That makes sense: the Moto G is the outstanding budget phone of this or any era, and the Xperia M is marginally better than the Galaxy Ace – an older, cheap smartphone.

Graphics performance is similar. We ran the GLBenchmark 2.7 T-Rex test onscreen and got an average score of 12fps. This puts it at the top of the bottom rank of smartphones and chimes with our experience of the Xperia M: it will handle gaming, but is no-one’s idea of a gaming smartphone.

The SunSpider Javascript benchmark completes the picture. Here the Xperia M did okay – its score of 1867ms is broadly similar to that of the Lumia 520 with 1646ms (lower is better here). Again, the outstanding budget phones beat the Xperia M, but it does okay when next to other less well regarded cheap handsets.

Overall then there is nothing to get angry about in terms of the Xperia M’s performance. Nor is there anything to get excited about, however. It’s a budget phone with budget performance. Fit for purpose in our experience, but that is about it. 

Sony Xperia M review: Storage

Onboard storage is a miserly 4GB, or which only 1.5GB was available for use on our virgin test unit. Not nearly enough if you like to use your phone for, well, just about anything beyond the occasional phone call.
Fortunately you can add in a 32GB SD card, which is a good – if by now expected – feature.Sony Xperia M review: Design and build

The Xperia M is distinctly Sony. A blocky oblong box of a phone, with curved edges that somehow look square. The model we tested is mostly white, with a silver Sony logo at the top above the display, and with the camera aperture cleverly incorporated into an approximation of the Walkman motif alongside. The bezel is thick at the top and the bottom but relatively narrow along the sides. Glass is laid in to the plastic to cover most of the front panel.

Around the back is a smooth white expanse broken only by another silver Sony logo and the speaker grille. The sides have silver panelling designed to make the Xperia M look thinner than it is. An attempt that is largely successful. The righthand side hosts hardware volume, power and camera buttons. And here the small screen is a virtue, as you can operate the Xperia M one handed – even when using it as a camera.

The Xperia M measures 124x62x9.3mm and weighs in at 115g. It is certainly not a thin phone, although it fits comfortably in the hand and feels plenty light enough. It also feels like it could stand up well to the rough and tumble of modern smartphone life: one of the benefits of being constructed principally of plastic.

Overall the Xperia M feels well put together, and subjectively at least we quite like the distinctive design. It’s not premium – obviously so – but the Xperia M at least looks a little different to the me-too black Androids that proliferate.

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Sony Xperia M review: Main camera

The Xperia M sports a 5Mp camera with an LED flash. Default images are captured at 3Mp / 16:9. To take 5Mp pics you have to change the settings, and accept a 4:3 aspect ratio. HDR mode is present, although you’ll want to avoid using it indoors. There’s a decent list of software features including manual settings for white balance and ISO, as well as a range of filters. Other features include Ggeo-tagging, touch focus, image stabilization and panorama.

We’ve included some test shots below (click to view full size), but suffice to say that the Xperia M is no better than you’d expect for a cheap smartphone camera. But no worse either.

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Sony Xperia M review: Video

As you might expect at this price there is no full HD video capture, but video does go up to 720p. We found video capture suffered with recording movement, but it was adequate for what you’d expect. Here’s a test clip:

Sony Xperia M review: Battery life

One of the benefits of a cheap phone is that low specs tend to mean good battery life. In the case of the Xperia M: very good battery life. This is not unusual for handsets with relatively low-res displays. But that doesn’t mean we don’t approve – we really do.

The Xperia M sports 1,750mAh cell, and in our usage we could get a couple of days out of it without really having to moderate our general smartphone use. A great performance.

In addition, the Xperia M charges really quickly. In our tests taking no more than a few minutes to suck up enough juice to keep going for hours.

Sony Xperia M review: Connectivity

You get 802.11 a/b/g/n Wi-Fi, and it is dual-band. There’s also Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and USB. The Xperia M takes a Micro SIM and is 2G and 3G enabled.

From: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/mobile-phone/3514740/sony-xperia-m-review/

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